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THE REPUBLIC OF PLATO. BOOK I. ARGUMENT. The first Book opens with a pleasant and highly dramatic dialogue, in the course of which the happy old Cephalus (a kind of Maecenas on a small scale) sings the praises of an independent old age, ...
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